In his second book of this series, Dr. Duvinsky leads the book deeper into the “heart of darkness”. This volume specifically addresses what he sees as a silent pandemic that is at the heart of so many forms of human suffering and illness – Toxic Shame.
Learn To Embrace the "Dark Emotions"
Through Integrative Mindful Exposure
About the Author
Dr Duvinsky is licensed clinical psychologist in private practice with 30 years of clinical experience.
He is co-founder of a large private and multidisciplinary behavioral health clinic in upstate New York. He is adjunct faculty at Binghamton University where he supervises pre-doctoral clinicians. He has studied and conducted research under one of the pre-eminent scholars and authors in the area exposure-based psychotherapy. Dr. Duvinsky is a long time practitioner of Zen Buddhism. He holds a black-belt in Tae Kwon Do.
Here's what others are saying:
Combining basic principles of classical psychology with Eastern-based religious philosophies, Duvinsky provides an interesting approach to healthy living.Every chapter provides concrete exercises, allowing the reader to put theory into practice. The case studies are of particular note, providing insight and clarity to the author’s methodologies. They are also entertaining!
It manages to be witty, inspiring, and thought provoking, often all at the same time. We can all, fortunately or unfortunately, identify with many aspects of the urge to control that Dr D explores.
In my view, this is an honest book with an effective message written by a wonderful therapist.
Educates and entertains via psychological insight and sardonic humor.